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Robert Kuttner

Comeback attempt for the labor movement

By Robert Kuttner
March 31, 2007

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THE NEW York Times recently reported that the earnings gap is now the widest since 1928, with the richest 1 percent of Americans having captured most of the economy's 2005 growth, and the bottom 90 percent getting nothing. Between 1979 and 2005, according to MIT professor Thomas Kochan, productivity of American manufacturing rose by about 70 percent, but the real ... (Full article: 752 words)

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